Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 487 New Ask Me Anything with Greg JohnsonCounter-Currents Radio
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Greg Johnson did a new solo Ask Me Anything on the latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:33 Thoughts on envy and Bronze Age Pervert
06:46 On Yuval Noah Harari (Jim Goad on Harari; Greg Johnson’s “Money for Nothing“)
17:08 How do we change the minds of those who won’t budge?
19:23 Question on DNA testing for citizenship
22:27 On the potential for civil war within Russia
30:28 Thoughts on Ron DeSantis bringing immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard
34:44 What laws would you pass if you were king for the day?
35:59 Thoughts about being ostracized by friends over politics
38:25 On Lawrence R. Brown’s The Might of the West (Revilo P. Oliver on The Might of the West)
39:44 On the expression “Blood is thicker than water”
40:30 Are the people able to see through the media’s spin on the DeSantis stunt?
42:38 Comment about the Russo-Ukrainian War
43:08 Comments about Universal Basic Income
44:12 Comment about the state of Berkeley, California
45:44 Comments on Armenia
46:53 Comment about birthright citizenship
47:49 What are the most visually stunning films you’ve seen?
48:51 What are some of the best sequels ever made?
49:17 What are the most depressing films you’ve ever seen?
49:52 What are your favorite film villains?
50:13 What are your favorite Christopher Nolan films?
51:06 Comment on chain migration through family reunification policies
51:26 Comment on the Russo-Ukrainian War
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Ask me anything is persistently my favorite part of counter currents for some time now. I suppose that’s a real tribute to Greg!
Favorite film villains: assuming Divine doesn’t count; Molly from Charlie Varrick—big influence on No Country for Old Men; the Guru in Gunga Din; both are odd, strangely principled villains, symbolize the professional guys
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